Amy Wachtel Delman has been involved in public relations, marketing, and branding for over two decades. Her expertise lies in using media exposure to raise awareness and increase revenues in companies where she has worked in-house or as a consultant. She has been mentioned in Inc. magazine and the National Journal of Public Relations.
As a participating author of the book, “Jersey Women Mean Business! Big Bold Business Advice from New Jersey Women Business Owners: Practical Pointers, Solutions, and Strategies for Business Success,” Amy discusses the subtle but important differences between PR and marketing and advertising.
Susan Ascher, client of Amy Delman Public Relations, discusses leadership with Scott Gingold on Business 101.
Business 101 with Scott Gingold provides current and aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to gain knowledge from a highly successful entrepreneur. Business 101’s mission is to help guide current business owners achieve more success, assist individuals with their personal development goals, and provide the insight and guidance to those who wish to start a business.
Listen to Susan’s Interview by clicking play below.
Brenda Hendrickson highlighted in an article on Creditcardguide.com!
Congratulations to my wonderful client, Brenda Hendrickson, who was highlighted in an article on CardGuide.com, a credit card resource center that publishes articles on financial planning, finances, and credit. They also present side-by-side comparison of the best credit cards on the Internet from the top banks and card companies.
The article, “Joining finances (and debt): What you need to know,” can be read by clicking the link below.
A few months ago the story of Rachel Canning and her decision to sue her parents for school tuition and room and board gained national attention.
The whole ordeal seemed to be extremely emotional for the family, but throughout the hearings many of the underlying issues weren’t necessarily addressed. Like, what is the parent’s responsibility in this? Do they have an obligation to foot a child’s bills if they choose to leave the home on their own accord after a certain age?
Well, attorney Tanya Helfand, who represented Canning, has chosen to speak out about this case that gained so much exposure and New Jersey’s laws that may need some changing.
“I think the issue is the responsibility of parents to the education of children, and the law is a little vague in New Jersey, but what I think needs to be clarified further is the obligation of parents of intact families as opposed to just divorced families. If a kid’s parents are divorced it’s possible to go to court and say mom or dad has to pay for college and that can be done relatively easily, but if you’re in a situation where mom and dad don’t want to pay and they’re together, you’re in a much tougher spot,” she explained.